Dick's Stock Watch identifies whose stock is up and whose is down over the past week across the world of sports.
STOCK UP: Kobe, Serena, Kwan, Collison and Wade, Love III
Kobe Bryant -- Kobe Bryant showed why the torch is being passed when he scored 55 points against the Wizards and Michael Jordan on Friday night. Unfortunately, he only scored 14 in a loss against Seattle on Sunday.
Nick Collison and Dwyane Wade -- Collison had a brilliant performance against Duke last week, scoring 33 points while cleaning the glass with 19 boards.Wade had a triple-double against Kentucky, scoring 29 points, dishing 11 assists and pulling down 11 rebounds. Those were the two top performances of the tournament so far.
Serena Williams -- Williams keeps on rolling, beating Jennifer Capriati in the finals of the tournament down in Florida. Andre Agassi won the men's event.
Michelle Kwan -- Michelle Kwan captured her fifth World Figure Skating Championship.
Davis Love III -- Love dominated at The Players Championship, finishing at 17 under par to win the event.
STOCK DOWN: Tiger, Tim Thomas, Nashville Predators
Tiger Woods -- Tiger showed he is human by finishing tied for 11th at The Players Championship. He really struggled at times during the final round.
Tim Thomas -- The Bucks forward a major no-no last week. He refused to go back into a game after being pulled out. That is so sad for a pro athlete.
Predators -- The NHL's Nashville Predators have gone 11 straight games without a win.